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The U.S. government wants access to data stored in the UK

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The administration of President Donald Trump has talked a lot about “securing” U.S. borders, but a potential agreement with the United Kingdom would make them a little more open. 

The two nations (along with representatives from the tech world) have been working out a plan for about two years that would force tech companies with data stored in one country to comply with law enforcement agencies in the other, according to the Financial Times

Existing legal precedent doesn’t require a company with headquarters in the United States to hand over data stored in London to U.S. authorities.  Read more…

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